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Stories from Wednesday, April 21, 2004

No. 1 Panthers shut down Eels (04/21/04)
CLAY CITY -- Defense wins games and oftentimes can help lose them as well. For four innings on Tuesday evening, the Clay City Eels stood toe-to-toe with Class A's top-ranked Riverton Parke softball team, but the fifth inning proved decisive in a 7-0 defeat...
Knights drop match to Clovers (04/21/04)
The Cloverdale Clovers surprised Northview on the links Monday night with a 154 to 160 victory at Clover Meadows golf course. The Knights got a 38 from Kyle Kumpf and a 39 from Austin Schutte but they weren't enough to overcome medalist Matt Langdon's two-under par 34 from Cloverdale...
Northview's 'C' squad takes three of four weekend contests (04/21/04)
Northview's 'C' baseball team won three-of-four contests this weekend with a sweep of Brown County and a split with rival Terre Haute South on Friday night. The Knights took the opening contest with the Braves, 8-4, as John Reberger got the win on the mound and added a pair of hits, including a double and three RBI's...
Eels hammer WRV in softball, while baseball squad falls short (04/21/04)
Clay City junior Cameron Gerber struck out 11 batters in a five inning, 18-1 victory over White River Valley on Monday. CLAY CITY -- The Eels used White River Valley pitcher Ashley Kidwell's wildness to their advantage in an 18-1 five inning decision on Monday night...
Northview baseball shuts down South Vermillion (04/21/04)
Hard work and patience paid off at the plate for Northview's Shane Cooper and Graig Bass during Tuesday night's 12-2 Western Indiana Conference high school baseball victory over the South Vermillion Wildcats. Cooper and Bass led a 15-hit Northview attack that made Michael Stuckey's fourth pitching victory less stressful. Stuckey struckout, seven walked two, hit two batters while holding the Wildcats to just two hits...
Northview golf and girls track wins, tennis falls to Patriots (04/21/04)
The Northview golf team got back on track Tuesday night with a 146 to 152 conference victory over Owen Valley. Tyler Akers finished his round birdie-eagle for a round of 34 and Caleb Edington capped his round of 35 with two birdies in the victory. "We played better tonight," said coach Scott Buell. "We finished strong, Caleb (Edington) and Tyler (Akers) did a nice job finishing."...
North Clay girls open with win, boys second (04/21/04)
The North Clay girls track team opened their season with a three-way victory over Otter Creek and West Vigo Monday night. The Knights scored 62 points to 51 for Otter Creek and 14 to West Vigo. The boys team took second behind Otter Creek with the Vikings taking third place...
Clay City Track At Shakamak (04/21/04)
Boys team score South Putnam 98.6, Clay City 51.3, Shakamak 3 Disc -- 1. K.Booe 115-4, 4. D. Lichty 104-4 3,200 R -- 1. Clay City (A.Huggler, L.Bettenbrock, D.Schroer, K.Tiefel), 9:09.5 110H -- 2. J.Defore 16.8, 4. C.Tucker 17.6 100 -- 4. A.Josifov 12.8...
VYRL LYNCH (04/21/04)
Vyrl Lynch, 90, of Terre Haute, died at 11:10 p.m. Saturday, April 18, 2004, in Davis Gardens Health Care Center. Born in Shelburn, Ind., on Jan. 22, 1914, she was the daughter of Burley Everett and Ethel Annis Wilkinson. She was a graduate of the former Garfield High School and had been a bookkeeper for Parks Purity Pies, Valentine Packing Co. and Reuben Donnelly...
JAMES "JIMMY" LEE SHOEMAKER (04/21/04)
James "Jimmy" Lee Shoemaker, 54, of Greencastle, passed away Friday, April 16, at the Gulfport Memorial Hospital in Gulfport, Miss. Born Sept. 18, 1949, in Putnam County, Ind., he was the son of Russell "Rusty" James and Edith Marie Overshiner Shoemaker. He was a graduate of Greencastle High School class of 1968. On Nov. 22, 2002, he married Miranda Decker Shoemaker, who survives...
LAWRENCE YOUNG JR. (04/21/04)
Lawrence Young, Jr., 78 of Brazil, died at 5:55 a.m. Monday, April 19, 2004 at St. Vincent Clay Hospital. He was born Jan. 6, 1926 in Clay County, Ind. He was the son of Lawrence and Emma Young who have both preceded him in death. During World War II he served in the U.S. Army in the Pacific Theatre where he saw front line action. Following the war he worked in the steel industry with Ball Corporation until his retirement. Upon retirement in 1979 he moved to Brazil...
THELMA A. MORGAN (04/21/04)
Thelma A. Morgan, 81, of Terre Haute, died at 3:07 p.m. Monday, April 19, 2004, in Union Hospital. She was owner and operator of Morgan's Colonial Gardens. She was born July 10, 1922, in Terre Haute to Carl E. and Eva I. Huckle. Survivors include a nephew, Robert Huckle, and friends, James and Lucie Loveland, all of Terre Haute...
EMMA E. SMITH (04/21/04)
Emma E. Smith, 87, of Prairie Creek, died Sunday, April 18, 2004, in her residence. She was a homemaker and member of Church of Living Faith in Prairie Creek. She was preceded in death by her husband, Paul E. Smith; a brother, Ab Burger; and a sister, Thelma Orman...